While other schools sweat it out, Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson said his entire recruiting class has met academic requirements and will report this summer.
The Yellow Jackets signed 17 recruits last February, with QB-Athlete Dennis Andrews of Tallahassee enrolling early in college. Georgia Tech expects 15 more to show up around June 20 for summer school, while DT Adam Gotsis of Australia is still being processed.
“Yes, I think everybody is good to go with admissions,” Johnson told the AJC. “We may have an issue with [Gotsis] because of all the paperwork with him being an international student. Georgia Tech normally doesn’t allow foreign students to come in early. They usually come in when school starts, so we’re working on that.
“[Gotsis] will be here when camp starts for sure. He just may not be here in summer school.”
Johnson said he really hasn’t been worrying about any of his signees meeting college entrance requirements.
“The nature of what we do, and that nature of Georgia Tech, we’re not going to have very many guys that we can take that don’t qualify. Historically, that’s just not going to be the case here.”
Meanwhile, UGA is waiting on at least two of its signees, including DT John Atkins.
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